The following Training Organisations have been accredited by their respective Competent Authority to deliver Vessel Traffic Service and Marine Aids to Navigation training based on the procedures set out in IALA Recommendation O-149 on the Accreditation of Training Organisations.
The Competent Authority has provided to IALA confirmation of the accreditation and approval in accordance with IALA guidelines 1014 and 1100.
Enquiries regarding specific VTS training courses should be referred to the relevant accredited training organisations.
Enquiries regarding national VTS training policy or the accreditation and approval process should be referred to the relevant Competent Authority.
Enquiries regarding Marine Aids to Navigation Training may be referred to the IALA World-Wide Academy or the relevant accredited training organisation.
The IALA World-Wide Academy is able to provide general advice and guidance on all aspects of VTS and Marine Aids to Navigation training. Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Inclusion on this list indicates that the respective competent authority has accredited the training organisation and approved the courses listed in accordance with IALA guideline 1014 and 1100 on the accreditation and approval process for VTS and Marine Aids to Navigation training.
In accordance with IALA guidelines 1014 and 1100, competent authorities wishing to add an accredited training organisation should inform IALA about the accreditation application and provide a copy of the approval certificate(s). Competent authorities wishing to amend the details of courses offered by accredited training organisations should provide a copy of the approval certificate(s) or provide written confirmation for the removal of an approved course as appropriate.
The contact e-mail address for enquiries with respect to general IALA standards related to VTS and Marine Aids to Navigation training and certification or the accreditation and approval process is email@example.com
The use of the IALA logo on any training documentation, including certificates, can only be used by an accredited training organisation in a country where IALA has a national member. The use of the logo indicates that the process of accreditation and approval has been conducted in accordance with the IALA standards. The logo may only be used during the period of validity of the accreditation and approval certification. The logo should be used in such a secondary and circumspect manner so as to not represent that IALA is responsible for the course conduct or delivery.